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City of Sacramento, California Climate Action Plan

February 12, 2012

The Sacramento Climate Action Plan identifies how the City and the broader community can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and specific actions which Sacramento can take to adapt to the effects of climate change.

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Albany, New York Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan

2013

The City of Albany, New York completed a vulnerability assessment on its exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity to climate change, and from this developed recommended response strategies for current and future climate impacts. This report describes the vulnerability assessment and climate risks for Albany’s social systems, infrastructure and natural resources - and provides recommendations and strategies on how to improve the city’s resilience and adaptive capacity.

Related Organizations: City of Albany, New York

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Ocean Beach, California Master Plan

May 2012

The San Francisco Planning and Research Association (SPUR) facilitated a coordinated effort among multiple agencies to create this long-range plan for San Francisco's Ocean Beach, 3. 5 miles of beach and rugged coastline from the Cliff House to Fort Funston. The Ocean Beach Master Plan (OBMP) presents recommendations for the management and protection of Ocean Beach, and addresses the impact of sea level rise, the physical and ecological processes shaping the beach, and improved integration with its natural, recreational, and urban contexts.

Related Organizations: San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, California State Coastal Conservancy, National Park Service (NPS)

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The London Plan

July 22, 2011

The London Plan presents a strategy for the sustainable development of the city of London and its 31 surrounding boroughs. The plan addresses spatial development as related to living and working in and around London and outlines the major challenges due to climate change. The Plan has been updated twice since its original publication in 2004.

Related Organizations: Greater London Authority

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Living With a Rising Bay: Vulnerability and Adaptation in San Francisco Bay and on its Shoreline

September 23, 2011

Living With a Rising Bay is a vulnerability assessment from the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) which focuses on the impacts of sea level rise on the San Francisco Bay area, and how local governments can respond. Specifically the report addresses the impacts of sea level rise on neighborhoods, job centers, transportation, water and waste water infrastructure, and vital ecosystem services. 

Related Organizations: San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC)

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The City of Lewes, Delaware Hazard Mitigation and Climate Adaptation Action Plan - Transportation Components

June 2011

In 2011, the City of Lewes, Delaware undertook a pilot project to develop a unified Hazard Mitigation and Climate Adaptation Action Plan, which considers the City’s vulnerability to climate change, particularly sea-level rise, and includes an evaluation of the vulnerability of roads and critical evacuation routes.   

Related Organizations: Delaware Sea Grant, University of Delaware, ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability

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Climate Change Hits Home: Adaptation Strategies for the San Francisco Bay Area

May 2011

This San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) report describes the expected impacts of climate change in the Bay Area and recommends planning strategies for local governments and other agencies to adapt to these threats.

Related Organizations: San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR)

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City of Santa Cruz Climate Adaptation Plan - Transportation Measures

December 2011

The City of Santa Cruz Climate Adaptation Plan identifies the infrastructure and resources most vulnerable to climate change impacts, including critical transportation infrastructure. The plan also presents climate adaptation action items ranked by priority based on risk to the community; the replacement of Santa Cruz’s Highway 1/Highway 9 Bridge was identified as a “very high priority” action item to address upstream flooding.

Related Organizations: City of Santa Cruz, California

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A Climate of Progress - City of Boston, Massachusetts Climate Action Plan Update 2011

2011

On Earth Day, April 2011, Boston's then Mayor Menino released 'A Climate of Progress,' the updated Climate Action Plan for the City of Boston, which encompasses the recommendations from the 2010 report of the Climate Action Leadership Committee and the Community Advisory Committee.

Related Organizations: City of Boston, Massachusetts

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2060 Florida Transportation Plan

December 2010

The 2060 Florida Transportation Plan (FTP) is an effective example of mainstreaming the consideration of climate change into an existing strategic planning framework. It defines Florida's future transportation vision, goals, objectives, and strategies to guide transportation decisions over the next 50 years, while indicating the need to consider climatic changes and related impacts into both planning variables, and key decisions (e.g. infrastructure siting, maintenance and operations).

Related Organizations: State of Florida Department of Transportation

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